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1. Priscilla McKee 
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2. Charlotte Morocco 
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THOMAS WALLACE, 

Chairperson 

A.B. and M.A., Brown University 

B.F.A., Rhode Island School of 

Design 

After his "one good working year" on 
sabbatical from Simmons two years 
ago, Thomas Wallace returned to find 
himself chairperson of the Art and 
Music Department. 

During his leave, Mr. Wallace painted 
until he saw new direction in his work 
which meant a fundamental change in 
emphasis. He maintained a constant 
level of pressure on himself, enabling 
him to recognize the substance of 
thought in his art. 



His concentration was not easily 
achieved. In 1970, Mr. Wallace bought 
some property in Newton which had a 
delapidated warehouse on it. 

Envisioning a working studio, he 
began a two-year project of fixing and 
installing heat, water, lights and 
ceilings. The work absorbed all his 
time but it has rewarded him with a 
comfortable chamber for painting. 

A Simmons professor for nine years, 
Mr. Wallace has combined his dual 
interests in art and teaching. He is 
quick to admit, "There are very few 
people in this country who can live off 
their painting. Most of the people I 
know who are successful enough to 
live on their own teach." 

"The Simmons community with its 
broad liberal arts orientation offers 
professors an experience lacking in art 
schools," Mr. Wallace said. 

"I like the situation because there is 
more flexibility in relation to what 
student concerns are." He explained 
that most art students are non-majors 
who bring their own set of values into 
his courses. 

"In this society," he said, 
"Development of a visual intelligence 
is probably the weakest part of our 
education. Reality seems to be more 
statistical than perceptual." 

"I'd like to see the value and 
contribution that the art department 
can make to a liberal education 
become a stronger part of the student 
experience." 



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1 Diana Abbott, Nutrition 

2 Mae Beck, Chemistry 

3 Jerry Bell, Chemistry 

4 Martha Berliner, Biology 







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ANNE COG H LAN, Chairperson 
B.S., Simmons College 
M.Ed., Boston University 
M.S., University of Vermont 
Ph.D., University of Rhode Island 

Ms. Coghlan graduated from Simmons 
in 1948 and began her graduate 
studies in Education and then later in 
Biology. During that time, she taught 
at Colby Junior College in New 
Hampshire. She returned to Simmons 
as a teacher in 1959 and became 
chairperson of the department in 1972. 

Bacteriology, particularly bacteria 
physiology is Ms. Coghlan's main 
research interest. She has done some 
of her research on chromobacteria 
here at Simmons with students. Her 



research was funded by the College. 
However, Ms. Coghlan prefers 
teaching to research. "Teaching gives 
me more of a chance to work with 
people." 

Ms. Coghlan is active in her home 
community of Milton. A member of 
Milton's Warrant Committee for five 
years, she is the first woman to be 
chairperson of the Committee in the 
town's history. The Committee meets 
in the evenings to plan for Milton's 
Town Meeting. Each fall and early 
spring the meetings become more 
frequent as the Town Meeting 
approaches. Ms. Coghlan said that as 
the evening meetings become longer 
and longer, "you'll often see me 
yawning." 

Ms. Coghlan feels that Simmons has "a 
good reputation in this area" as far as 
jobs in research are concerned. "Our 
students have a good lab background 
that prepares them for a variety of 
research situations." She encourages 
students to look into developing facets 
in the field of Biology. Areas such as 
Environmental Biology and Genetic 
Counseling are growing rapidly. Ms. 
Coghlan also sees Public Health as an 
exciting and varied field, one she 
would have explored had she not 
decided to teach. 

But, Ms. Coghlan decided to teach and 
she seems to find working with 
students an enjoyable experience. 






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1. Maria Beuche, Nursing 

2. Katherine Bevacqua, Nutrition 

3. Peter Bowers, Chemistry 

4. Byron Bowman, Biology 




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Chemistry 

JAMES PIPER, Chairperson 
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 
M.S., Ph.D., Emory College 

"\ became interested in Chemistry at a 
very early age," says Dr. Piper. "I 
would steal my brother's chemistry 
set." 

After completing his graduate work at 
Emory, Dr. Piper decided to teach and 
first taught at New Haven College in 
Connecticut. "I did a little 
moonlighting research on the side at 
Yale." 

Dr. Piper's wife came to Simmons first. 
An R.N., she decided to get her B.A. in 
nursing at Simmons. "We had an 
apartment in Boston and I had a room 



in New Haven. The commuting was 
quite hectic." 

Dr. Piper finally came to Simmons in 
1966, at which time all the labs were in 
the main building. The move to the 
Park Science Center was an exciting 
change. "The research facilities here at 
Simmons are equivalent to M.l.T.'s," 
says Dr. Piper. His currrent research is 
in the modification of penicillin to 
derive new antibiotics. "One's 
research interests are motivated by 
several things. One is money and its 
availability. Another is your individual 
interests." 

Dr. Piper sees many advantages at 
Simmons. He feels that there is more 
of an opportunity here to pursue 
individual research interests. 

His research time is limited due to his 
duties as department chairman, but for 
Dr. Piper, "Teaching always takes 
priority." 







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1. Virginia Bratton, Communications 

2. Phyllis Brauner, Chemistry 

3. David Browder, Mathematics 

4. N. Sandy Brown, Biology 



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Coiiiiiuiiiicsitioiis 

DOROTHY WILLIAMS, 

Chairperson 

B.S., Simmons College 

M.S., Boston University 

"Boz's powers of persuasion" lulled 
her away from the business world of 
house organs and externals back into 
academia only five years after 
graduation. 

By 1946, Dorothy Williams had moved 
from the personnel department at the 
American Optical Company to edit the 
magazine "Your Home". 

Intrigued by the idea of expanding the 
"Simmons Review" into a classroom 
project for seniors, Ms. Williams 
agreed to teach full-time after 1 year as 
a part-time instructor. Inevitably, there 
was a change in emphasis within the 



dept. away from stylized writing and 
toward electronic media. The School 
of Publication evolved into the Dept. 
of Communications and Ms. Williams 
assumed the position of chairperson. 

Since joining the faculty, she has 
earned over 150 awards from 
professional organizations in 
communications, graphics and 
alumnae publications, but the works 
she guides through production are 
only part of her life. 

Ms. Williams' most enjoyable summer 
in recent years was spent producing a 
film in 1973 for the U.S. Office of 
Education entitled, "Joy in Learning". 
On location shooting was done with 
children in Tulsa, Okla., Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Wiscasset, Me. A slideshow 
was converted to film with an original 
score bringing talented artists into the 
classroom. 

The department, under Ms. Williams 
direction, is noted for its ability to 
persuade distinguished professionals 
to exercise their talents in the 
classroom instructing a new 
generation of communicators. This 
highbrow armtwisting is referred to by 
Ms. Williams as the "velvet glove 
treatment". 

Time-permitting, she allows herself the 
luxury of an escape hatch — a Cape 
Cod retreat. Weekending in 
Dennisport is the recreation she prizes 
most even if it holds a life-or-death 
reign. In the 1950's, Ms. Williams 
played host to the eye of a hurricane. 
Apparently unphased by it she 
returned from vacation ready for 
another year of teaching. 







1 Teresa Carterette, Psychology 

2 Dana Chandler, Art 

3 Louise Cohen, Spanish 

4 Diane Coulopoulos, Psychology 




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BARBARA A. SAWTELLE, 
Chairperson 
B.A., University of 
New Hampshire 
Ph.D.,M.I.T. 

Barbara Sawtelle has been the acting 
chairperson of the Economics 
department since 1975, when Donald 
Sherk went on leave. She has been 
teaching at Simmons for six years and 
enjoys it "very much." 

Ms. Sawtelle's dissertation topic was 
"Budget Determination and Resource 
Allocation in Massachusetts". Her data 
are derived mainly from the budget 
sheets in the Department of 
Corporations and Taxation. Her special 
areas of interest are labor economics, 
macroeconomic theory, and 



managerial economics. She is a 
member of the American Economic 
Association and of a group of women 
economists in metropolitan Boston 
which holds discussions on new areas 
of economic research. 

Ms. Sawtelle describes Simmons 
students as "very creative and quite 
analytical. They're interested in 
learning how things really operate." 
This past semester she taught a new 
course in managerial economics which 
applies microeconomic analysis to the 
operation of the firm. 

Her eventual goal is to combine 
teaching with economic research and 
consulting. She is considering 
publishing parts of her thesis in the 
form of separate articles. 




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2. Jeanne Duffy, English 

3. Eva K. Dugger, Nutrition 

4. Elaine Dunn, Education 

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JOHN S. ROBINSON, 

Chairperson 

B.A., Brown University 

Ph.D., Harvard University 

Mr. John S. Robinson, Chairman of the 
Department of Education since he 
came to Simmons in 1970, enjoys "the 
informal atmosphere and small 
classes." Mr. Robinson's previous 
experience in the field of education 
has been as the Director of Social 
Studies in the Brookline public schools 
and as chairman of the History 
Department when he taught in a 
Newton high school from 1958-1965. 
He also taught in the Education 
Department at Harvard for one year. 

Mr. Robinson was born in Peking, 
China, where his father was a doctor. 



He spoke fluent Chinese, therefore, 
when he came to the United States at 
the age of seven, he learned English as 
a second language. 

While he has been at Simmons, Mr. 
Robinson has noticed a change in 
terms of the major orientation of the 
Department of Education. The 
department is still oriented towards 
teaching, but has become increasingly 
interested in training students in 
special fields such as in-service 
education, special education, and 
human services. 

Mr. Robinson has been chairman of 
the Faculty Council since 1972. He is 
currently the Director of Summer 
Programs at Simmons and is also the 
coordinator of the Phase Two Jamaica 
Plain — Simmons program where 
students from Simmons work at 
Jamaica Plain schools. 






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2 Lynn Fox, Nursing 

3 Richard Freedman, English 

4 John Garberson, Mathematics 

5 Jane Gardner, Nursing 




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GEORGE K. NITCHIE, 
Chairperson 

B.A., Middlebury College 
M.A., Ph.D., Columbia 
University 

After serving in the Armed Forces in 
the Second World War, George 
Nitchie abandoned his undergraduate 
desire to pursue a career in journalism. 
It was while doing his graduate work 
in literature at Columbia that he heard 
of a teaching position at Simmons 
College and thus fulfilled his goal of 
becoming a teacher. 

"Simmons seemed like a nice place to 
teach. Besides teaching the usual 
freshman English courses, I could 
teach Modern Poetry as an elective as 
well." 



"Also there was no publish or perish 
pressure and no backbiting among the 
faculty." 

While at Simmons Mr. Nitchie has 
"published an occasional article or 
poem." As well he has revised his 
thesis on Robert Frost and published a 
work on Marianne Moore. 

Despite a reduction in the number of 
students choosing English as a major at 
Simmons, Mr. Nitchie sees English as 
an asset in the current job market. 
"Students with backgrounds in the 
Humanities do get jobs, perhaps 
because employers are interested in 
people with a wider breadth of 
education rather than a specilization." 

Mr. Nitchie has been at Simmons since 
1948 and still finds it to be "a nice 
place to teach." He likes the students 
and the program as well. He sees 
Simmons as a place in which he can 
continue to grow. 





1 Mary Bero Gardner, Nursing 

2 Barbara Gentile, Psychology 

3 Robert Goldman, Mathematics 

4 Lillian Grayson, Psychology 

5 Robert Gronquist, Music 





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JAMES L NEWMAN, Chairperson 
B.A. and M.A V Middlebury 
College 

James L. Newman was studying for a 
year at the Sorbonne in Paris when he 
was "hired by mail" by Simmons in 
1949. 

He sent out his resume and then 
received a letter offering him a 
position at Simmons. Though last year 
was his first year as Chairman of 
Foreign Languages and Literatures, he 
was an acting head of French prior to 
1965 when Language, Literature, and 
the Arts were all in one department. 

Mr. Newman grew up on Long Island 
when it was still a rural farming area. It 



was a particularly effective french 
teacher in his high school who turned 
Mr. Newman to the languages, though 
he admits that his interest could have 
sparked in almost any subject. In fact, 
while hunting for sciences to fulfill his 
college distribution requirement, he 
became fascinated with geology. 

Teaching was not his first interest. He 
did not want to teach language in high 
school because he had once 
substituted at his old high school. 
"The teacher I was replacing had a 
nervous breakdown and I could see 
why!" When a post in the Foreign 
Service did not come through, he 
looked around and decided on college 
teaching. 

During his 26 years at Simmons, Mr. 
Newman has seen a cyclic change in 
the students' objectives. "When I first 
came to Simmons it was entirely 
career-oriented and the humanities 
were just service departments, not 
majors. As the 50's wore on the 
balance was restored and then the 60's 
brought a broader social and political 
outlook on the part of the students. In 
the last few years, the pendulum 
seems to be swinging back, 
particularly because of the economic 
situation. Jobs are tight so students 
want to be employable." 

Mr. Newman feels that it would be 
regrettable if this generation turned 
out only narrow-visioned specialists 
who are not aware of the history and 
growth of ideas and thus are not able 
to solve social problems of the time. 



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1 Elaine Hagopian, Sociology 

2 Iclal Hartman, Chemistry 

3 Susan Hayward, French 

4 Sumiko Higashi, History 

5 Alice Hosack, Nursing 





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Government 

CARROLL MILES, Chairperson 
A.B. Seton Hall 
M.A., Catholic University 
M.P.A., Ph. D. Harvard University 

"I've done the usual flotsam and 
jetsam that most people usually do/' 
Mr. Miles commented humbly. 

At various times, this has come to 
mean a summer in the office of the 
Secretary of Defense, two studies for 
the Brookings Institute, frequent trips 
via ocean liner to Europe, four years 
with the Army in Jamaica, staff 
membership on the Hoover 
Commission, a brief stay in Antarctica, 
and another rocking the 
Mediterranean aboard the U.S.S. Little 
Rock at the beginning of the October 
War. 



While senior tutor in Dunster House at 
Harvard during the 1950's, Mr. Miles 
was also Dean of Special Students. At 
that post, he admitted the first woman 
to Harvard's undergraduate program. 
Judging the merits of this special 
student, he found her credentials 
warranted admission to the college 
under all of its standards but sex. As a 
champion of justice, Mr. Miles saw no 
alternative but to allow her entry. 

Soon after, he was contacted by 
Simmons about heading the Division 
of Social Studies in the Department of 
Social Sciences. 

The Vermont — Cambridge, Mass. 
resident made the quick change in 
1960 from not knowing what a 300 The 
Fenway was to joining the Simmons 
faculty as a chairperson. 

Viewing his profession, Mr. Miles said, 
"A cynic by definition can never be a 
teacher because a teacher creates." 
With this in mind, he finds it a positive 
influence to have students as a captive 
audience. 

Besides his questioning, Mr. Miles, 
who has never discarded his Harvard 
aura, is noted for his descriptive story- 
telling. Using the best methods of a 
raconteur, he gestures magnificently to 
intensify interest in his anecdotes 
before returning to the subject matter 
at hand, be it in the auditorium-sized 
introductory course or a small 
seminar. 





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1 Bror Hultgren, Physics 

2 John Hunter, History 

3 Reginald Jackson, Communications 

4 Susan Keane, French 

5 Janet Kerr, Nursing 



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History 



HENRY HALKO, Chairperson 

B.A., Clark Yniversity 

M.A., Ph. D. Brown University 

Henry Halko has been teaching history 
at Simmons for twenty-two years. 

Mr. Halko is pleased with the caliber 
of Simmons students and sees a "good 
spread of varying abilities." He 
believes that history is still a useful 
major and that students should not 
choose majors solely on the basis of 
job availability. "Education has to do 
with the total personality, not just 
whether or not you can get a job." He 
cited the main objective of education, 
the creation of a "well-formed, 
trained, disciplined person." 

"You hope that students will leave 



with minds more sharply toned than 
when they came to you." He cited the 
dual function of education: to prepare 
one for a career and to enhance one's 
personal growth. 

Mr. Halko does not believe that 
graduate school in history is necessary 
for certain jobs, such as business 
training programs. However, he 
recommends graduate study for 
students who seek more history- 
related jobs. 

Colonial history and seventeenth-cen- 
tury Massachusetts Bay puritanism are 
areas of particular interest to Mr. 
Halko. This past semester he taught a 
new course on colonial Boston 1630- 
1776, designed for non-history majors. 






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1 Quee-Young Kim, Sociology 

2 Jane Krywinski, Nursing 

3 Constance Lewis, English 

4 Charles L'Homme, English 

5 Kathleen Lyman, Education 



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Aiaiiaijciiiciit 

WOODROW BALDWIN, 
Chairperson 

B.S., University of Oklahoma 
L.A.-M.A., University of 
California 



Dr. Baldwin's childhood dream was to 
become an architect. But after leaving 
his birthplace in Texas, he decided to 
pursue studies in management and 
communications instead. 

After completing his graduate work, 
Dr. Baldwin taught at U.C.L.A. in the 
Business Education and Office 
Management Department. He came to 
Simmons in 1956 as a professor of 
Business Administration. 

Dr. Baldwin has worked on several 
business publications including, 



Readings in Business and Gregg 
Speedbuilding for Colleges. He has 
also served as a consultant for some 
very diverse organizations such as 
Lockheed Aircraft and Twentieth 
Century Fox Studios. 

Dr. Baldwin's favorite pasttime is 
restauranting and he has even 
published a book called Boston Dines 
Out. He also reviews restaurants for 
magazines. 

Dr. Baldwin finds satisfaction not only 
in his work here at Simmons but in 
community and political affairs. 



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1 Richard Lyman, History 

2 Charles Mackey, French 

3 Helen Mamikonian, Russian 

4 William Manly, English 

5 Solita Marichal, Spanish 



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MARGARETS. MENZIN, 
Chairperson 

B.A., Swarthmore College 
M.A., Ph.D., Brandeis 
University 

Mrs. Menzin's father wanted her to 
pursue a career in medicine but her 
mother steered her toward math. "My 
teachers convinced her I should study 
math." 

After working for IBM in computer 
programming, Mrs. Menzin decided to 
study pure math, with algebra being 
her main interest. 

In September of 1969, Mrs. Menzin 
began teaching at Simmons. She liked 
the educational philosphy of 
Simmons, the combining of liberal arts 



and a career. "It had never occurred to 
me that there would be a conflict in 
combining marriage and a career for a 
woman." 

"There has been a switch at Simmons. 
At first, when I came here and I spoke 
to students, they wanted a career and 
family. Then, for a period of time, 
students here intended to pursue only 
a career. Marriage was a possibility, 
but children were definitely out. Now, 
we seem to be getting back to the 
family and career concept." 

Currently Mrs. Menzin is collaborating 
with Edward Prenowitz of the Physics 
Department on an Algebra and Physics 
textbook. "We teach a course together 
and found it hard to find a suitable 
textbook. So we're doing our own." 

Mrs. Menzin sees the Math 
Department at Simmons as 
"outstanding", in its teaching and its 
breadth of curriculum. "We try to 
keep the department current and to 
meet the needs of the students." Like 
other department chairpersons, Mrs. 
Menzin strives to provide a strong 
background for the students choosing 
her subject. 



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1 Nellie McKay, English 

2 Helen McLaughlin, Nursing 

3 Arthur Meade, Economics 

4 Rena Mendelson, Nutrition 

5 Gerard Montbertrand, French 





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PHYLLIS MOORE, Chairperson 
B.S., University of Michigan 
M.S., D.N.Sc, Boston University 

If it seems unusual for a nurse to have 
a doctoral degree in nursing, it is. 
"Only one per cent of nurses have a 
doctorate," said Mrs. Moore. A 
doctoral degree enables her to teach 
at the graduate level as well as become 
more involved in research. 

Why does a nurse go on for a graduate 
degree? According to Mrs. Moore 
there are several motivating factors. A 
master's degree in the field gives a 
nurse "more flexibility in the system, 
more of an influence on patient care, 
as well as expansion of knowledge in a 
chosen area of nursing." 



Mrs. Moore's expertise is psychiatric 
nursing. She has taught at both Boston 
University and Yale University. 

While at Yale, she had a joint 
appointment. Besides teaching in the 
Yale Graduate School of Nursing, she 
acted as a clinical specialist at the 
Connecticut Mental Health Center. 
"About seventy per cent of my time 
was spent in the clinic and community 
with the remaining thirty per cent 
devoted to teaching." 

She returned to Boston with her 
husband in 1970 and began teaching 
at Simmons. "I liked the size of 
Simmons and the philosophy of 
combining liberal and career 
education. I knew people who were 
working here and I liked and 
respected them." 

Now Mrs. Moore spends most of her 
time at her administrative duties as 
well as in the classroom. She also does 
some consulting, as well as supervising 
nurses and a social worker both in 
their clinical practice at the Harbor 
Area Mental Health Centers and in 
their private practice. 

Mrs. Moore is also active in the 
community of Brockton. As a resident, 
she participates in community events 
and works on committees for 
development. She is also a member of 
the Advisory Board on Health Sciences 
to the Massasoit Community College. 

Phyllis Moore is a busy woman with a 
strong knowledge of her field and a 
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1. LeBaron Moseby, Education 

2. Richard Nickerson, Biology 

3. Georgia Noble, Education 

4. Robert Oppenheim, Art 



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Nutrition 

PATRICIA K. WHITE, Chairperson 
B.A., Merrimack College 
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 

A summer job at the nutrition 
laboratories at M.I.T. led Dr. White to 
pursue her doctrate in nutrition. "I was 
a biology student at Merrimack and 
each summer I would work at the lab 
and each summer I became more 
interested." 

Dr. White's research has primarily 
been in the area of nutrition and 
malnutrition and their effects on 
growth and development. While at 
M.I.T., Dr. White had the opportunity 
of working with scientists and 
nutritionists from throughout the 
world on the problem of malnutrition. 



She worked in the labs at M.I.T. after 
completing her graduate work. It was 
then that she decided to try teaching. 
After teaching a course at M.I.T., she 
came to Simmons. 

Dr. White sees the Simmons program 
in Nutrition as a good one, but she 
hopes to expand the curriculum. 
Courses designed for students who 
wish to explore the more scientific 
aspects of nutrition are being planned. 
Interdepartmental courses are a real 
possibility. Independent study and 
field work in labs outside of Simmons 
will also be encouraged. 

Dr. White finds the atmosphere and 
the students at Simmons enjoyable 
and looks forward to providing some 
challenging experiences for students 
in the Nutrition Department. 




1 Leo Parente, Management 

2 Ynhui Park, Philosophy 

3 John D. Perry, English 

4 Daniel Sankowsky, Mathematics 




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Philosophy 

CAROL OCHS, Chairperson 

B.A. City College in New York 

M.A., City University in New 

York 

Ph.D. Brandeis 



Carol Ochs is a woman of many 
outstanding achievements. She has 
written a book entitled The Myth 
Behind the Sex of God, not yet 
published, and is working on another, 
called The Place of Ecstasy on 
Conceptual Schemes. She defines the 
theme of the latter as ecstasy's 
influence in changing one's view of 
reality. 

Ms. Ochs is also a member of the 
Society For Women in Philosophy (of 
which she founded the Boston 
chapter), the American Philosophical 



Association, the Metaphysical Society 
of America, and the Society for the 
Philosophy of the Unconscious. In 
addition, she is the advisor to the 
Simmons Philosophical Organization 
and occasionally guest lectures at 
Hillel. 

She has taught at Simmons for eight 
years and describes the students as 
"terrific". "This place gives me a 
chance to keep growing. As long as 
that remains possible, I'll stay here." 

Her areas of special interest are 
metaphysics and philosophy of 
religion. This past semester she taught 
a new Bible course with a conceptual 
approach and a seminar on Spinoza. 

Ms. Ochs is also quite interested in 
music, and sings and plays the guitar. 
She also enjoys painting, poetry, and 
ballet. 




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2 Milton Schuch, Management 

3 Lydia Smith, Education 

4 Mark Solomon, History 

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DORIS E. OLMSTEAD, 

Chairperson 

B.A., Tufts 

M.Ed. Boston University 

This department may have the most 
deprived facilities at Simmons in 
comparison to other colleges but its 
staff looks beyond the gymnasium's 
physical limitations. 

"In terms of our basic program, we've 
got a good one/' claims chairperson 
Doris Olmstead. 

A self-defense course was taught at 
Simmons before any of the graduating 
class arrived — and before the 
emphasis on 'our bodies' began. 



Ms. Olmstead whose longevity at 
Simmons is surpassed by few, said, 
"Twenty years ago, a school may have 
had a track program but it did not 
include jogging." Today jogging at 
Simmons has an enrollment of 95 
spread over different levels of 
experience. 

Ms. Olmstead supervises all jogging 
divisions. As she puts it, her personal 
physical fitness regimen is "kill or 
cure". 

"The way our teaching schedule is set 
up, how anyone can expect the 
instructors to do anything past 
teaching is beyond me. I think we'd 
literally die of exhaustion if we 
knew how much we went." 

Informally instead of shouting pointers 
on swimming strokes, Ms. Olmstead 
can often be found coddling her 15- 
month old black poodle. One of her 
loves besides teaching is dog-training. 
Her dogs have been trained to run 
with joggers as a deterrant to possible 
attackers. "It puts more odds in our 
students' favor," she said. 

She enters the dogs in obedience trials 
to earn titles. "It's the teacher in me 
coming out again. I'm basically an 
active person and my leisure time 
certainly isn't sedentary." 

Her boundless energy, through more 
obvious at the beginning of each 
week, stays intact throughout the 
grueling school year. Through tennis, 
to skating, to dance and back again, 
Ms. Olmstead retains her composure 
and remains at Simmons. 




1. Mary Staley, Physical Education 

2. Richard Sterne, English 

3. Wylie Sypher, English 

4. Donald Thomas, Psychology 

5. Roy Tollefson, Government 

6. Harriet Tolpin, Economics 





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Physics 



EDWARD PRENOWITZ, 

Chairperson 

B.A. Swarthmore College 

M.A. Harvard University 

Teaching, education, and the ways in 
which people learn are what fascinates 
Mr. Prenowitz. He attended a private 
high school in New York City which 
was operated by the Teacher's College 
of Columbia University. Teaching 
techniques and methods were the 
focus of the school. "I was always 
interested in education and teaching 
because of my experience in high 
school and I guess because my father 
was a teacher." 

Mr. Prenowitz worked at the Education 
Development Center in Newton. His 



job was to study various elementary 
school science curriculums and to 
possibly design new teaching methods 
for the subject. "We focused on what 
science is and how kids learn it." 

The idea was to move away from 
textbooks and have the children apply 
theory, allowing them to see what they 
were learning in action. "But," said 
Mr. Prenowitz, "I don't think schools 
use that system." 

Mr. Prenowitz has taught Physics at 
Boston University and Smith College. 
He likes Physics because it allows him 
to see "the structure of the world and 
the structure of math and how they 
work." 

While here at Simmons, Mr. Prenowtiz 
has spent time trying to improve lab 
equipment and space for Physics 
experiments. He also has been 
developing ways of using computers 
for Physics problems. Currently, he 
and Ms. Menzin are collaborating on a 
textbook for Calculus and Physics; an 
idea which grew out of the course they 
teach together. Mr. Prenowitz will be 
on sabbatical from September of 1976 
to January of 1977. He will spend the 
majority of that time working on his 
portion of the book. 

Mr. Prenowitz finds learning exciting. 
To him, "the different ways that 
different people learn . . . that's 
interesting." 



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1 Kenneth Traynor, Management 

2 Mary Jane Treacy, Spanish 

3 Everett Tuttle, Biology 

4 Robert Vernon, Physics 

5 Robert Wallace, Economics 





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STEPHEN DEANE, Chairperson 
B.A., Bowdoin College 
M.A., Harvard University 
Ph.D., University of Maryland 

"My greatest pride has been in 
developing the Psychology 
Department from three members to 
seven full-time professors who cover 
several areas of strength." 

Dr. Stephen Deane has taught at 
Simmons since the fall of 1949, taking 
over as chairman of the department in 
1953. At Harvard he began his 
doctorate work in philosophy, but did 
not finish his thesis. After a stint in the 
Navy in World War II, he made the 
switch to psychology. 

"There are no jobs in philosophy — 



philosophers live a long time. I was 
married and had children and I felt 
that in a practical sense, I could do 
more with a psychology doctorate." 

In the fall of 1949, Dr. Deane was 
hired by Simmons, Since then, he 
states that he has had three "very fine 
and worthwhile sabbaticals". The first 
one in 1957 involved a comparison 
study between Denmark's school 
system, which is one of the oldest, and 
Israel's, which is one of the newest. 
Dr. Deane studied the system of adult 
education and researched the 
motivation behind going back to 
school. 

During his second sabbatical in 1965, 
he served as a staff associate 
representing psychology at the 
National Science Foundation in 
Washington, D.C. He visited 
psychology departments across the 
country to check on applications for 
grants. Though the Simmons' 
psychology department was already 
partially formed, these visits also gave 
him more ideas. His third sabbatical in 
1971 was spent lecturing and writing at 
the University of Texas and the 
University of Miami. 

In his spare time Dr. Deane likes to 
work on his log cabin in Maine. He 
was born in Leeds, Maine which has a 
population of 700 and so he grew up 
as a pragmatic, hard-working farm 
boy. Now he still enjoys outdoor life 
and would like to finish his log cabin 
where he can go to retreat and write. 



1 Bruce Warren, Management 

2 Elizabeth Weiant, Biology 

3 Richard Weiss, Mathematics 

4 Robert White, Communications 







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Sociology 

STEPHEN LONDON, 

Chairperson 

B.A., Bowdoin College 

Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Mr. London, new to Simmons this 
year, brings an experienced 
background to his position. 

Mr. London worked for a year with the 
Southern Christian Leadership 
Conference when it was under the 
direction of the late Dr. Martin Luther 
King, Jr. "We were involved with 
improving housing, education and 
employment in the Chicago area 
through the organization of 
demonstrations and through court 
action." 



A native Bostonian, Mr. London has 
spent most of his time working in the 
Boston area. He has taught at 
Wellesley College and at Harvard 
University. At Harvard, he served as an 
advisor to the Phillips Brooks House, 
Harvard's volunteer clearing house. He 
came to Simmons from his position at 
Harvard. 

Mr. London also spent a year teaching 
elementary school. He worked in an 
open classroom for fourth, fifth, and 
sixth graders in East Boston, an area he 
describes as "culturally rich." "I like 
young kids," he said, "and I was telling 
other people how to teach them 
without doing it myself." 

"Profession and academics aside," he 
said seriously, "my real mission in life 
is long distance running." The sport 
occupies much of his time. Mr. 
London runs ten to twenty miles each 
day and has competed in the Boston 
Marathon for eight years, finishing in 
the top fifteen per cent last year. 
Despite an inflammation of his 
Achilles' tendon, an injury which 
requires doing a series of stretching 
exercises in addition to his regular 
workouts, he is hopeful that he will be 
ready for an even better 1976 
marathon. 






PROFESSORS ON SABBATICAL 
1975 — 1976 



1 Susan Jacoby 
Nutrition 



3 Anne Lord 
Nursing 



5 Leonard Soltzberg 
Chemistry 



2 Lawerence Langer 
English 



4 Marion Mason 
Nutrition 



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Communications 



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Art 



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Communications 



2 Margaret Bailey 
Communications 



6 Peter Castle 
Psychology 



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Education 



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Dance 



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Art 



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Medical Technology 
383 North Main Street 
Wallingford,CT 06492 
page 83 

WENDELIN ABRAHAMSON 

English 

463 Commonwealth Avenue # 5 

Boston, MA 02215 

page 92 

BETH ABRAMOVITZ 

OPEN 

820 Audrey Place 

Dayton, OH 45406 

page 92 

RUTH ACAN 
Economics/Government 
12 Wood land Road 
Westfield, MA 01085 
page 96 

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Special/Elementary Education 
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MARGARET ALLEN 
Management 
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page 90 

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OPEN 

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LAURA SUGARMAN ALTMAN 
Psychology 
9 Fawn Circle 
Randolph, MA 02368 

MARIA DEL PILAR ARZENO 
Nutrition 



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San Juan, PR 00907 
page 83 

NANCY ASH 
Elementary Education 
200 Ocean Avenue 
Revere, MA 02151 
page 130 

MARION ATHEARN 
Biology/Psychology 
41 Oyster Pond Road 
Falmouth, MA 02540 
page 98 

SUSAN AUCELLA 
Communications 
14 Crosby Road 
Reading, MA 01867 
page 85 

BARBARA AUSTIN 
Elementary Education 
60 Strawberry Hill Street 
Dover, MA 

SUSAN BABCOCK 

Nursing 

1586 Centre Street 

Newton Highlands, MA 

NANCY BABINE 
Management/Finance 
91 Stowecroft Road 
Arlington, MA 02174 
page 1 38 

ELIZABETH BAKER 

Government 

1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 

Cambridge, MA 02138 

JOANNE BAKER 

Education 

286 Dedham Street 



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page 94 

LAURIE BAKER 

Special Education/American 

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Pelham Manor, NY 10803 

ELLEN BARLOW 
Communications/Psychology 
482 Jerusalem Road 
Cohasset, MA 02025 
page 80 

LYNNE BARON 

Chemistry 

33 Devine Road 

Randolph, MA 02368 

page 125 

SUSAN BARTON 
Physical Therapy 
245 Norwood Street 
Sharon, MA 
page 1 34 

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39-02 111th Street^ R2A 

Corona, NY 11368 

DONNA BAUER 

Nursing 

529 Yale Avenue 

New Haven, CT 

page 117 

JULIE BEAL 

Nursing 

4650 Sequoia Trails 

Okemas, MICH 48864 

page 84 

NANCY BELFORD 
Graphic/Publishing Arts 
39 Highland Road 



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page 118 

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Physical Therapy 
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Hatfield, PA 19440 

JANET BERBERIAN 
Physical Therapy 
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Arlington, MA 

PATRICIA BERESCIK 
Public Relations 
143 Farmington Avenue 
New Britain, CT 06053 
page 129 

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T54 Communications 
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Great Neck, NY 11023 
page 88 

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Art/History 

66 Newhall Street 

Lynn, MA 01902 

page 116 

RHODA BILANSKY 
Mathematics 
66 Newhall Street 
Lynn, MA 01902 
page 116 

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Nursing 

107 South Franklin Street 

Holbrook, MA 

page 82 



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Nursing 

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Mount Kisco, NY 10549 

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Management/Finance 
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Marblehead,MA01945 
page 132 

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Home Economics Education 
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Red Bank, NJ 07701 
page 97 

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Public Relations/Advertising 
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Harwichport, MA 
page 1 37 

SUSAN BRENNER 
Psychology/Special Education 
373 Commonwealth Avenue 
Chestnut Hill, MA 021 67 
page 9 3 

AMY BRINGARDNER 

OPEN 

616 Mentor Avenue 

Painesville, OH 440zP 

page 1 36 

JODY BROOKS 

Psychology 

25 Woo leys Lane 

Great Neck, NY 11023 
page 123 

PATRICIA BROUS 

Chemistry IMiPP 1 
1530 Hewlett Avenue fp^ 
Hewlett, NY 11557 
page 117 

JANICE BROWN 
Communications/Public Relations 



70 Robert Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
page 111 

LAN ITA BROWN 
Elementary/Early Childhood Ed. 
115 Woodmont Boulevard, # 722 
Nashville TN 37205 

BONNIE SINGER BUDMAN 

Sociology 

40 Westgate Road 

Chestnut Hill, MA 

DONNA BUNYAN 

English 

6701 SW 34th Street 

Miami, FL 33155 

YOLANDA BUONO 

Psych. /Special Ed./Elementary Ed. 

23 Butternut Road 

Wilton, CT 06897 

page 122 

GAYLE BUTLER 

Finance 

6 Porter Road 

Annapolis, MD 21402 

page 96 

BETH CABRERA 
Advertising/Communications 
1160 Commonwealth Avenue 
Allston, MA 01106 



ELLEN CAMELIO 
Spanish/Communications 
25 Chester Street 
Allston, MA 02134 
page 130 



AVA CARNEVALE 

English 

43 Viola Drive 



Glen Cove, NY 11542 
page 119 

CAROLYN CARPENTER 

Nutrition 

Box E 

Wolfeboro, NH 03894 

page 97 

MARTHA CAVANAUGH 
324 Worwood Avenue 
Cranston, Rl 02905 

SUSAN CERVASSI 
English/Education 
6 Oakwood Avenue 
Hopedale, MA 01747 
page 89 

LISA CHALLENGER 
Spanish/Education 
402 Hancock Avenue 
Mount Vernon/ NY 10553 
page 126 

CASSANDRA CHAMPAGNE 

English 

1606 Mirabean Avenue 

New Orleans, LA 70122 

page 118 

CYNTHIA CHASE 
Nursing Hfcp 

217 Arborlea Avenue 
Morrisville, PA 19067 
page 88 

RATRESOOK CHOOMDUANG 

Management/Finance/Economics 

35 Changwatana Road, 

Don Muang 

Bangkaen, Bankok, THAILAND 

page 114 

CYNTHIA CLARK 
Nursing 



12 Washington Street 
Beverly, MA 
page 1 38 

LESLIE CLIFFORD 
Communications/Public Relations 
421 Rivard Boulevard 
Grosse Point, Ml 48230 

ABBEY COHEN 
International Mgmt./Spanish 
764 North G reen brier Drive 
Orange, CT 06477 
page 95 

BARBARA COHEN 
Early Childhood/Elementary Ed. 
62 Sheffield Road 
Newtonville, MA 02160 
page 93 MI 

CAROLE COHEN 
Communications/Public Relations 
5 Fairfield Street 
Salem, MA 01970 
page 113 

LESLIE COHEN 
Medical Technology 
39 Nottinghill Road 
Brighton, MA 021 35 
page 127 

SUZANNE COHEN ? Jjj 
Special Ed./Psychology 
140 Haynes Road 
West Hartford, CT 061 17 
page 129 

NINACOMPAGNON 
Government 
26 Chatham Way 
Lynnfield, MA 01940 

GAIL CONNEELY 
Biology/Mathematics 



325 Lake Avenue 
Newton, MA 02161 
page 1 38 

ANNE CONNELLY 

OPEN 

149 Brookview Avenue 

Fairfield, CT 

page 102 

M. CHRISTINE CONROY 

Nursing 

36 Hillside Street 

North Attleboro, MA 02760 

page 87 

STEPHANIE CORMIER 
Physical Therapy 
12 Bowdoin Street 
Arlington, MA 
page 102 

MARYCORSINI 
Home Economic Education 
190 Lincoln Street 
North Easton, MA 02356 
page 120 

ORTENCIA CORTEZ 
703 West Erie Avenue 
Philadelphia, PA 19140 
page 137 

CHERYL AKIKO COUSINS 
1745 East 83rd Place CE 
Chicago, I L 6061 7 
page 139 

PATRICIA COZ 
Elementary Art Education 
10 South Street 
Grafton, MA 01519 
page 99 

VALERIE CRELLIN 
Economics 



155 



47 Meadowbrook Drive 
Barrington, Rl 02806 
page 1 37 

BARBARA CULVER 
International Business 
21 Tricor Avenue 
New Paltz, NY 12561 
page 94 

ROSEANN CUTRONI 

Nutrition 

78 Lewis Road 

Belmont, MA 02178 

page 129 



JANET DAGOSTINO 
Nursing/Biology 
38 Nahant Road 
Nahant, MA 
page 112 



SUZANNE DANCE 
Early Childhood/Elementary Ed. 
56 Claremont Avenue 
Arlington, MA 02174 

JOAN DANCELO 

Nutrition 

120 Readvil I e Street 

Readville, MA 02136 



6 Bennington Street 
Haverhill, MA 01830 
page 126 

BARBARA SEARS DEHIMER 
Management 
28 Kirkbrae Drive 
Lincoln, Rl 02865 

VIRGINIA DELIGIANIS 
Secondary Education/Psychology 
44 Union Street 
Brighton, MA 
page 116 

MADELEINE DELLEA 
Psychology/Education 
8 Lincolnshire Drive 
Canton, MA 

CONSTANCE DELONG 

Management 

18 Dean Road 

East Lyme, CT 06333 

KIM DENGLER 

Biology 

c/o P. Dengler 

1051 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh, NY 

11793 

page 139 



137 Front St 
Marion, MA 02738 

LUCY DILLON 

Art/Communications/Graphics 

Box 25 

Oldwick, NJ 08858 

page 139 

JANICE DIPIETRO 

Biology 

198 South Street 

Jamaica Plain, MA 

page 121 

KAREN DIXON 
Chemistry/Biology 
2 West Street 
Natick, MA 01760 
page 89 

WILLA STEPHENS DIXON 
Consumer Service/Nutrition 

44 Deckard Street 
Boston, MA 02121 

JANICE DORIAN 
Communications 

45 Longmeadow Road 
Belmont, MA 021 78 
page 111 




SUSAN DAVID 

Management/Retail Management 
60 Hadde Avenue 
Cumberland, Rl 02864 
page 125 

KATHIE DAVIDSON 
Government/Management 
16 Montgomery Place 
Slew Rochelle, NY 10804 
page 120 



LINDA DE RUVO 
English/French 
2 Sabatinelli Road 
Milford, MA 01757 

MARY DEXTER 

Nursing 

4501 West 70th Street 

Prairievillage, KS 66208 

page 100 



LISA DRAZEN 

Nutrition/Consumer Service 
215 Wallingford Road 
Cheshire, CT 
page 82 

TANYA DRENCH 

Nutrition 

91A Summer Street 

Arlington, MA 02174 

page 118 



PATRICIA DEFAZIO 
Nursing 



JANE DICKSON 
OPEN 



AMYDROGIN 
Elementary/Early Childhood Ed. 



3 Alfred Road West 
Merrick, NY 11566 
page 1 1 1 

CYRILENE EASTMOND 
Physical Therapy 
34 West Central.Street 
Natick, MA 01760 
page 126 

REBECCA EHRLICH 
Spanish/Education 
62 Baker Hill Road 
Great Neck, NY 11023 
page 90 

MARCIA ENOS 
Physical Therapy 
32 Conant Street 
Provincetown, MA 

BARBARA EPSTEIN 

English 

6 Algonquin Place 

Elizabeth, NJ 

page 119 

MINDY EPSTEIN 

Management 

16 Phillips Beach Avenue 

Swampscott, MA 01907 

page 102 

SUSAN F AIRMAN 

Management 

2235 Hunter Lake Drive 

Reno, NV 89502 

MARIA FANG 
Communications/ Art 
156 Common Street 
Belmont, MA 021 78 

NANCY FARBER 

Communications/Elementary 

Education 



87 Parkview Road 
Elmsford, NY 10523 
page 86 

KRISTIN EFAYERMAN 

Psychology 

21 Hummingbird Road 

Wyomissing, PA 

page 105 

SUSAN FELDMAN 
Mathematics 
1479 Robeson Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 
page 1 30 

ROBERTA FERGUSON 
English/Education 
33 Laurel Avenue 
Bellows Fal Is, VT 05 101 
page 100 

MARI ANGELA FERRARA 
20 Stegman Place 
Jersey City, NJ 07305 

JANE FINIGAN 
28 Lyman Road 
Framingham, MA 
page 79 

DENISEFINN 

Nursing 

11 Sagamore Avenue 

West Medford, MA 02155 

page 100 

MARIA FLETCHER 
Education/Spanish 
130 Brook Avenue, # 3 
Dorchester, MA 02124 

JANICE FLOWERS 

Nutrition 

90 Sawyer Avenue 

Dorchester, MA 

page 117 



PAULINE FORTIN 

Psychology 

186 Gifford Avenue 

Somerset, MA 02726 

page 91 

ELIZABETH FOSS 
Psychology 
16 Essex Street 
Swampscott, MA 
page 121 

JOAN FOUHY 
Elementary Education 
32 Saint James Road 
Shrewsbury, MA 
page 127 

MERILYN FRANCIS 
22 Evergreen Drive 
Woodbridge, CT 06725 
page 112 

JUDYFRANKEL 

Psychology 

3 Indian Hill Road 

Belmont, MA 021 78 

MARY O'MALLEY FRASER 

History 

85 Ridgewood Lane 

Gardner, MA 01440 

page 117 

SUSAN FREEMAN 

Psychology 

18 Massasott Road 

Wellesley, MA 

page 89 

EVE FREUNDLICH 
Physical Therapy 
28 Alden Circle 
Portland, ME 04102 
page 79 




157 



JULIA FU 

Finance 

105 Austin Road 

PakCn Building 6 Bl 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 

MIRIAM FURMAN 
Communications/History 

140 Aspinet Drive 
Warwick, Rl 02888 
page 124 

PAULA FUSEK 

Nutrition 

49 Greenwood Lane 

Valhalla, NY 10595 

DENISECARRONE 
Spanish/Secondary Education 
34 Clark Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 

158 P a 8 e95 

EILEEN SHEEHAN GARTH WAITE 

Sec. Edu./Home Econ./Consumer 

Serv. 

70 West End Avenue. # 5 A Bid 1 

Newton, NJ 07860 

MONA GASTFREUND 

Elementary and Early Childhood 

Edu. 

86 Twelfth Street 

Providence, Rl 02906 

page 92 

LAURA GAUDETTE 
OPEN/Classical Studies 

141 Engiewood Avenue, # 25 
Brookline, MA 02146 

page 101 

MAUREEN GAVIN 

Nursing 

38 Tremlett Street 

Boston, MA 02124 

page 125 



PENELOPE GAY 
Early Childhood 
Education/Sociology 
156 Beech Street 
Belmont, MA 02178 
page 133 

JOANNE GERR 

OPEN/Community Health and Soc. 

Service 

225 Harrison Avenue 

Highland Park, NJ 08904 

page 114 

KIM GIBBONS 

Nursing 

5 Bellim Drive 

Glen Cove, NY 11 542 

LESLIE GIDDINGS 
Management/Government \ 
101 Bushey Avenue 
Yonkers, NY 10710 
page 125 

ELLEN GILBERT 
Biology/Chemistry 
85 Hosmer Street 
Acton, MA 01720 
page 133 

LAURA GILBERT 

Nutrition 

52 Craig Street 

Milton, MA 02186 

page 79 

BETH GINSBURG 
Economics/Management/Finance 

36 Holten Avenue 
Newport, Rl 02840 
page 88 



GAIL GINSBERG 

Psychology 

320 South Street, 9K 

Morristown, NJ 07960 




CAROL GIORGETTI 

Biology 

267 Kelsey Street 

New Britain, CT 06057 

page 99 

JOYCE GLAZEBROOK 

Nursing 

14 Cascade Terrace 

Walpole, MA 02081 

PATRICIA GLENNON 
Communications 
181 Whiting Avenue 
Dedham, MA 
page 115 

CAROL GLUCK 

Secondary Education/Mathematics 

102 North Racebrook Road 

Woodbridge, CT 06525 

page 119 

JUDY GOLDBERG 
Psychology 
54 Buff Lane 
Hillsdale, NJ 07642 
page 132 

MAIDA GOLDBLATT 

Psychology 

95 Locksley Road 

Auburn, ME 

page 139 

JOAN GOLDFRACHT 

English 

21 Plymouth Avenue 

Waterbury, CT 06710 

page 129 

BERNA GOLDSTEIN 
Management/Retail 
Management/Finance 
400 Wakefield Road 
Neptune, NJ 07753 




JANE GOLDSTEIN 

Government/Sociology 

221 North Dithridge Street, #1106 

Pittsburgh, PA 15213 

page 85 

SUSAN GOORVICH 
Retailing/Management 
50 Halcyon Road 
Newton Centre, MA 02159 

MILUCENTGORHAM 
Communications/Public Relations 
1016 Fourth Street, S.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20003 

MARGARET GRAND 
5685 Tatquin Avenue 
Pensacola, FL 32506 
page 88 

LEONA GRANVILLE 
Management and Finance 
463 North Beach Street 
Ormond Beach, FL 32074 
page 104 

SHARON GRAY 
Elementary Education 
99 Oenoke Lane 
New Canaan, CT 06840 
page 128 

SHAWN GRAY 
Physical Therapy 
Forest Beach Road 
South Chatham, MA 02659 

DEBORAH GUETHLEN 

Communications 

177 Prides Crossing Road 

Sudbury, MA 01776 

PATRICIA GUTMAN 
OPEN/Guidance and Counseling 
15 Leewood Road 




Newton Highlands, MA 02161 
page 98 



MARILYN HAM 

English 

128 Clinton Road 

Brookline, MA 02146 

page 112 



SUSAN THOMAS HAND 
Education: Elementary, Special 
444 Pleasant Street 
Melrose, MA 

JULIA HANSON 

Chemistry 

119 Prospect Street 

Berlin, NH 03570 

page 128 

TERI HARRIGAN 

Psychology 

23 Brookford Street 

Cambridge, MA 02140 

page 82 

KAREN HATFIELD 

French 

6127 Nassau Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19151 

page 1 34 

SHARON HELLER 
Elementary Education 
16 McEvoy Circle 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
page 136 

KIM HERROD 
Nutrition 
1551 Silver Trail 
Napa, CA 94558 
page 126 

CLAUDIA HESSNEY 
Finance 



25 South Main Street 
Manchester, NY 14504 
page 123 

SUZANNE HILL 
12 Doane Road 
Barrington, Rl 02806 

LAURIE HILLER 
Mathematics 
10 Geneva Place 
Green lawn, NY 11740 
page 89 

CATHERINE H I RSCH 
Education/Home Economics 
7 Claude Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

LEAH-RACHEL HOFFMAN 
Communications/Judaic Studies 
63 Beatrile Circle 
Belmont, MA 02178 
page 93 

MARCIA HOLFORD 
Early Childhood Education 
53Saville Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 
page 121 

BARBARA HOLLAND 
Physi cal Th e r apy/ Art 
Scales Mount, IL R # 2 
c/o Holland Residence 

JOYCE HOLZMAN 
Government/Management 
45 Bran de is Road 
Newton Centre, MA 02159 
page 91 

LINDA HOPE 

Psychology/Special Education 
28 Jay Street 
Somerville, MA 02144 



159 



160 



JANE HOWARD 
Biology 

4 Seaside Sparrow 
Sea Pines Plant 
Hilto,SC 29928 
page 132 

MARJORIEHUNT 

Government 

7102 Capital View Drive 

McLean, VA 22101 

YOLANDE IP 
Finance/Economics 

5 Homantin Hill Road 
Kowloon, Hong Kong 
page 135 

PATRICIA JACOBS 
Management/Retail Management 
65 Ken ii worth Street 
Newton, MA 02158 



ELIZABETH JACQUES 

Nursing 

R.F.D. # 2, Box 269B 

Liberty Hill Road 

Laconia, NH 03246 

page 118 

LUANNJACCER 
Physical Therapy 
15 James Avenue 
Sanford, ME 04073 
page 87 

THOMASINE JEDRZYNSKl 
Physical Therapy 
Pierpont Road 
Dudley, MA 01570 
page 86 

VELMAJEFFERS 
Management/Finance 
3907 Parkview Avenue 




Baltimore, MD 21207 
page 89 

JANNIEKIRKLANDJOHN 
Communications 
P.O. Box 2 

Mattapan, MA 02126 
page 138 

CRYSTAL JOHNS 

Management/Communications/ 
Public Rel. 

5303 Chrysler Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21270 
page 132 



CHERIE JOHNSON 
English/Special Educations 
89 A Second Street 
Cambridge, MA 02141 

DEBORAH JOHNSON 

Nursing 

48 Wakefield Road 

Branford,CT 06405 

page 133 



LINDA JOHNSON 

Sociology 

1006 Girard Street, N.W. 

Washington, D.C 20001 

page 83 

MERCEDES JOSE 
P.O. Box BE 
Agana, Guam 06010 



JOANNE JOSEPH 
Education; Elementary/Special 
10Alden Street 
Provincetown, MA 
page 103 

CYNTHIA KAGNO 
Mathematics/Economics 
621 Walnut Street 





Newtonville, MA 02160 
page 1 1 7 

DANIELLE KALAYJIAN 

English 

1 31 Evelyn Road 

Needham, MA 02194 

RUTH KANE 

Nutrition 

234 Wookbine Circle 

New Providence, NJ 07974 

page 124 

SUSANNE KATCHKO 

English 

315 Pepper Ridge Road 

Stamford, CT 06905 

page 1 35 



SUSAN KATZ 
Medical Technology 
203 Layman Road 
Milton, MA 02186 
page 104 



TAMAR KATZ 

Mathematics/Economics 

5500 Friendship Boulevard, # 1508 

Chevy Chase, MD 20015 

DEBORAH KAYE 
Retail Management 
25 Undercliff Road 
Millburn, NJ 07041 
page 124 

PATRICIA KEARNEY 

Nutrition 

329 Hawthorne Street 

New Bedford, MA 

page 137 

LYNN KEEGAN 

Nursing 

Point Pleasant Avenue 



■vrf** 



Webster, MA 01570 
page 81 

MELISSA KELEHER 

Communications 

11 Brandy Road Extension 

Westborough, MA 01581 

page 134 

DIANE KELLEHER 
Art History/Sociology 
16 Knollwood Drive 
Shrewsbury, MA 
page 127 

ROBIN KENEFICK 
Special Education 
149 Sanborn Avenue 
W.Roxbury, MA 02132 
page 115 

STEPHANIE KERBEL 

Psychology/Early Childhood 

Education 

65 Walnut Park 

Lynn, MA 

page 86 

LINDA KERBS 

Physical Therapy/Spanish 

93 Chadwick Place 
Glen Rock, NJ 07452 
page 91 

LOUISE KETCHEN 
Communications 

94 Perry Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

MARGARET KEYES 

Nursing 

577 Grove Street 

Newton Lower Falls, MA 02162 

page 127 

AMY KLEIN 
Psychology/Elementary Education 



8103 Thoreau Drive 
Bethesda, MD 21134 
page 99 

SYLVIA KLENICKI 

American Studies/Secondary 

Education 

12 Fairground Circle 

Norwich, CT 06360 

page 120 

DIANE KNIGHT 

Nursing 

28 Revere Street 

Brockton, MA 

CAROL KOZLOWSKI 
Art History 
Union Road 
Wales, MA 01081 

DEBRA KRACOFF 
Communications/Spanish 
101 Burlington Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 
page 121 

LINDA KRAMER 

Psychology/Elementary Education 
10 Ellis Drive 
Worcester, MA 01 609 
page 80 

PAM KUCZO 
Management 
79 Prince Street 
Fairfield, CT 06430 
page 131 

DEBORAH LABROAD 
Physical Therapy 
238 East Riding Drive 
Carlisle, MA 01741 
page 103 

NANCY LACKNER 
Management 



3799 South Glencoe 
Denver, CO 80237 
page 86 

AURIL LACOUR 
55 Ridlon Road 
Mattapan, MA 02016 

LEAH LAMSON 

Communications/Public Relations 
39 Lake Street 
Hudson, MA 01749 
page 131 

SUZANNE LANGDON 
Communications 
200 Chestnut Street 
Englewood, NJ 07631 
page 85 



MARIE LARSEN 

French 

87 Livingston Road 

Wellesley, MA 02181 

TAIYE LASILE 

Biology 

NG 1754Aco-llorin 

Mokola 

Ibadan, Nigeria 

page 81 

SARAH LAWTON 
Communications 
645 Arlington Street 
Birmingham, Ml 48009 
page 110 

CATHERINE LAWYER 

Nursing 

11 Stockade Road 

West Simsbury, CT 

page 126 

CINDY LEAVITT 

Elementary 

Education/Management 



161 




174 Tanglewood Drive 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 
page 90 




32 Hammond Pond Parkway 
Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 
page 94 



14 Partridge Court 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 
page 1 34 



162 



JOY LEAVITT 

Elementary Education/Early 

Childhood 

6 Greenview Street, Apt. C 

Framingham, MA 01701 

page 110 

PATRICIA LEDOUX 

Philosophy 

91 North Main Street 

Cohasset, MA 02025 

PATIENCE LELAND 
Physical Therapy 
60 Hillcrest Road 
Glastonbury, CT 

CHERYL LEMELLE 

Biology 

112-11 179th Street 

Saint Albans, NY 11433 

ERICA LENK 

English 

145 Sherman Street 

Belmont, MA 02178 

page 113 

JANELENSON 

English 

95 Concord Street 

Needham, MA 02194 

page 84 

DEBRA LEVINE 

Elementary Education/Psychology 

17 Wentworth Road 

Canton, MA 

page 100 

MARCI LIEF 
Psychology 



KERRY LJNDER 
French 
Curacao 

Netherlands Antilles 
page 124 

JEAN LISTER 
Management 
R.F.D. 2, Ham Road 
Raymond, NH 

DAWN LOCKETT 
Government/Economics 
33 East Upsaf Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19119 
page 138 

CAROLE LONDON 

Nutrition 

141 36 73 Terrace Street 

Kew Gardens Hills, NY 

page f6l 

DIANE ROBERTS LONG 
Communications 
288 Burns Street 1 
Forest Hills, NY 11375 
page 137 

SUSAN LOOZE 
Physical Therapy 
Apartment 1203, Westgate 
Cambridge, MA 02139 
page 91 

CAROL BLISS MACLEOD 
Medical Technology/Biology 
189 Wal den Street 
Cambridge, MA 02140 

ELISE MANNELLA 
Government 




PAMELA MANOLAKIS 
Psychology/Secondary Education 
91 Trinity Street 
Manchester, NH 03103 
page 111 

LO RIG MAR AN J IAN 

English/Managerrfent 
71 Edgewood Road 
Westwood, MA 02090 
page 112 

LINDA MARCOUX 

Nutrition 

49 Fairhaven Road 

Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

page 97 

DONNA MARCOVITCH 
41 Old Farm Road 
Newton Centre, MA 02159 
page 87 

ADELE GROSVENOR MARR 

English 

533 Garrison Forest Road 

Owings Mills, MD 21117 

LINDA MARTONE 
Management/Communications 
68 Crosby Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 
page 130 

DEBRA MAYER 
Economics/Government 
400 LaFayette Road 
Harrington Park, NJ 
page 79 

CAROLYN MAYS 

Early Childhood Development 





160 Rushmore Street 
Westbury, NY 
page 101 

ELAINE MCCARTHY 
Management 
21 Wasson Drive 
Poughkeepsie, NY 
page 80 

MARGO MCCORMICK 
Secondary Education 
24 Cedar Street 
Duxbury, MA 02332 J 

ADELE MCSPADDEN 
6056 North 21st Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19138 

AMYMERSKY 
Management/Psychology 
32 Aubumdale Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
page 133 

DAWN MILLER 
Management/Public Relations 
8018 South Ellis Avenue 
Chicago, 1160719 
page 79 % 

DIANE MINER 
Physical Therapy 
61 Brookside Avenue 
Belmont, MA 021 78 
page 105 

MARIA MINCOLA 

Biology 

441 John Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

page 129 

SUSAN MINOR 

Communications/Philosophy/, 

Advertising 



2240 Greenwood Avenue 
Wilmette, IL 

K. LINDA MOELLER 
Physical Therapy 
6 Runford Street 
Concord, NH 03301 

STERLING MOFFAT 
Nursing/Biology 
Liberty, ME 04949 

CAROL MONK 

Nursing \^r 

531 Newtowne Road 

Littleton, MA 01460 

CHANDLER MOORE 
Greenbush Road 
Charlotte, VT 05445 
page 119 

|VENDY MOORE 
OPEN 

298 Martom Road 
Wyckoff, NJ 
page 92 

jVvtY KAPLAN MORAN 
Government 
17 Clearview Drive 
Framingham, MA 01701 

BARBARA MOREY 
Management/Finance 
536 North Street 
Harrison, NY 10528 
page 83 

ANNEMORIN 
Biology 

108Moulton Street 
Hamilton, MA 
page 81 

LINDA MORISON 
Physical Therapy 



348 Hewitt Road 
Mystic, CT 06355 

KATHERINE MORRIS 
Communications 
445 Broadway 

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706 
page 91 

SUSAN MULLEN 

Nursing 

50 Harold Street 

Sharon, MA 

page 95 

BRENDA NAILS 
Management/Government 
81 Haven Street, S.E. 
Atlanta, GA 30315 

LINDA NANNICELLI 

Nursing 

285 Harvard Street 

Cambridge, MA 02139 

CYNTHIA NATURALE 
Communications 
66 Annette Drive 
Edison, NJ 08817 
page 128 

AMY NECHTEM 

Nutrition 

10 Perkins Road 

Chelsea, MA 02150 

page 102 

SALLY NICHOLS-SHARPE 
Early Childhood Education 
69 Wildwood Drive 
Needham, MA 02192 

WENDY NIMER 

Nutrition 

5937 Cheshire Drive 




163 



Bethesda, MD 20014 
page 103 



25 South Main Street 
Warehouse Point, CT 06088 



Cleveland, OH 44104 
page 1 38 



JANET NOON AN 

Nursing 

45 Annawamscutt Road 

Harrington, Rl 02890 

page 133 

MARJORIE NUTTALL 
Psychology/Secondary Education 
6121 Tilden Lane 
Rockville, MD 20852 
page 112 

MELODY OATES 
501 East 32nd Street 
Chicago, I L 60616 

HIRAKO OKADA 
Mathematics 
4-chome Asahicho 
Chitose, Hokkaido 
japan 
page 96 

JACQUELYN ORABONA 
Communications 
16 Scenic View Drive 
Johnston, Rl 02919 
page 110 



MIMI O'REAR 
Mathematics/Finance 
Pine Crest 
Jasper, AL 35501 
page 102 



LILLIAN ORON 

Nursing 

25 Rosaria Street 

Dorchester, MA 02122 

page 120 

NAOMI OSBORN 
Physical Therapy 





BARBARA PALLY 

Sociology 

145 Warren Avenue 

Wollaston, MA 02170 

LEE PAPPAS 
Management/Finance 
12 Olde Coach Road 
Westboro, MA 01581 
page 81 

ELIZABETH PARKER 

Art History 

7 Oakwood Road 

Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 

page 133 

BETTY PASLEY 
Finance/Retail Management 
74 Elm Hill Avenue 
Roxbury, MA 02121 
page 1 39 



DEBORAH PELOW 
Consumer Services/Management 
South Water Street 
Edgartown, MA 02539 

INEZ PETERSON 
Psychology/Sociology 
83 Thompson Street 
New Haven, CT 065 11 
page 131 



LINDA PETERSON 
Physical Therapy 
294 Forest Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 
page 104 

ROBIN PILLOW 
Medical Technology 
4807 Quincy Avenue 




JUDITH PIRNIE 

Nursing 

427 West Hudson Avenue 

Englewood, NJ 07631 

page 85 

CHRISTIEN PLATTEN 
American Studies 
1086 Blue Bell Pike 
Blue Bell, PA 19422 

LIZBETH POOR 
Government/History 
58 Third Street 
Garden City, NY 11530 
page 131 

GWENDOLYN POTIER 
English Literature 
6936 Finch Street 
Houston, TX 77028 
page 116 

SALLIE PRINCE 

Nursing 

50 Maplewood Avenue 

Holbrook, MA 02343 

page 90 

JOANNE PULEO 
Physical Therapy 
Parade Road 
Laconia,NH 03246 
page 86 

DORIS PULLINS 
1604 Ladd Street 
Silver Springs, MD 20902 

JEAN PUOPOLO 

Nursing 

273 Washington Street 

Arlington, MA 02174 




J ANN PURTELL 

Education: Spec, Etem., Early 

Child 

17Dunster Road 

Needham Heights, MA 02194 

page 1 32 

JILLQUAGLIERI 
Economics 
5 Rolling Lane 
Wayland, MA 01778 
page 94 

DONNA RABATSKY 
Psychology/Ed ucation 
140 Bonad Road 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
page 125 

TINA RAFTOPOULOS 

Sociology 

8 Eisenhower Drive 

Burlington, MA 01803 

page 110 

LINDA RAGOWSKI 
Education/Home Economics 
17Menlo Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 
page 98 

C ULNAR RAW) I 
Chemistry 
P.O. Bqx 319 |. 
Tanga, Tanzania 
East Africa 
page 136 

LISA RAY 
Government 
.10 Glenwood Avenue 
New Rochelle, NY 10801 
page 122 

ANN COLE REEVE |P 
Management/Finance/Economics 



33 Kent Square 
Brookline, MA 02146 
page 118 

HARRIET REZNICK 
Psychology/Secondary Education 
48 Barre Street 
Charleston, SC 29401 
page 115 

JANET RICHMOND 

Psychology 

40 Bridgeport Street 

Worcester, MA 

page 88 

LINDA RIEMER 

Mathematics 

5 Cable Hill Road 

Green Harbor, MA 02041 

page 123 

JANE RIVARD 

Nursing 

207 Oliver Street 

Fall River, MA 02724 

page 121 

ANNE ROBERTS 
Physical Therapy 
23 Dane Road 
Lexington, MA 021 73 
page 95 

RUTH ROBERTS 
Physical Therapy 
29 Chilton Street 
Cambridge, MA 021 38 

ELLEN ROBINSON 
Communications/Advertising/ 
Management 
16 Carol Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
page 82 



KAREN ROGATZ 
Management 
1244 Country Lane 
Northbrook, IL60062 
page 123 

ELISE ROGERS 
Retail Management 
19 Masconomet Road 
Ipswich, MA 01938 
page 98 

DONNA ROSENBAUM 

Psychology/Early Childhood 

Education 

11 GlendaleRoad 

Marblehead, MA 

page 95 

SARI ROTTER 

Biology 

614 0'Dell Street 

Madison, Wl 53711 

page 113 

NANO RUSH 

Management 

81 Gloucester Street 

Arlington, MA 02174 

JENNIFER SALERNO 
Communications/Pub. 
Rel./Advertising 
93 Hill Street 
Hamden,CT 06514 
page 107 

KRISTINA SALTMARSH 

Management/Economics 

Swift Road 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

page 96 

MARION SAMSAM 
Elementary Education 



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17 Keswick Street 
Boston, MA 021 15 

DEBORAH SANGERVASI 

Communications/ Advertising/Pub. 

Rel. 

27 Highland Street 

Milford, MA 01757 

page 91 

JANESASLOW 
Management 
568 Thurnau Drive 
River Vale, NJ 
page 85 

JUDY SASLOW 

Nutrition 

278 Ridge Street 

New Milford, NJ 02134 

1 66 page 87 

INCRID SAULTER 
Finance/Government 
109 Edgewood Street 
Hartford, CT 06112 
page 1 36 

TERRY SAVORY 

Communications/Advertising/ 

Ret. Mg. 

255 Massachusetts Av., 1004 

Boston, MA 02115 

page 114 

JANET SCHELLER 
Physical Therapy 
P.O. Box 176 
Hackettstown, NJ 07840 

MELISSA SCHER 
Special Education 
7 Fairway Road 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
page 120 



SUSAN SCHROEDER 
Management/Retail Management 
194 Wilson Avenue 
Westbury, NY 11590 
page 101 

JANET SCHWARTZ 

Elementary Education/Early 

Childhood 

1400 Worcester Road, * 7119B 

Framingham, MA 01701 

page 135 



DEBORAH SCHWARZBERG 
Physical Therapy 
4525 Nautilus Drive 
Miami Beach, FL 

SHARON SCOTT 
Management/Finance 
9122 All wood Street 
Houston, TX 77016 

DANIELLE SEIFERT-HOUDE 
Physical Therapy 
328 South Brooksvale Road 
Cheshire, CT 06410 
page 87 

MARJORIE SERRANO 

Nursing 

1 Conway Street, #15 

Roslindale, MA 02131 

LESLIE SERUNIAN 

Biology 

42 Orland Street 

Portland, ME 04103 

page 1 35 



DEBRA SHAPIRO 
Comm un ications/Adverti sing 
37 University Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 
page 110 



PEARL GILLIAM SHELTON 
Nutrition/Consumer Services 
75 Saint Alphonsus Street, # 211 
Roxbury, MA 
page 119 

PATTI SHERMAN 
Early Childhood 
Education/Psychology 
21 Countryside Lane 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
page 103 

JESSICA SHIER 

Art 

271 High Street 

Passaic, NJ 07055 

SUSANNESIBEN 
Nutrition/Consumer Services 
55 West Lane 
Bay Shore, NY 11 706 
page 114 

LAURIE SI EGEL 

English 

27 Forest Avenue 

Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 

page 121 

ROBERTA SIEGEL 

Psychology 

58 Stedman Street 

Brookline, MA 02146 

page 122 

LAURIE SILVERMAN 
Psychology/Management 
402 Weld Street 
West Roxbury, MA 02132 
page 105 

GAIL PROVIZER SIMMONS 

Psychology 

416 Belgrade Avenue 

West Roxbury, MA 









SUSAN SMITH 
Physical Therapy 

35 Page Farm Road 
Sherborn, MA 01770 
page 105 

SARA-JANE SNIDER 
Management/Finance 

30 Intervale Road 
Worcester, MA 01602 

ROSANNA SOMMERVILLE 
Home Economics/Education 
16 East Brookline Street 
Boston, MA 02118 

JEANLOSURDOSPATT 
Psychology 

31 Hamlin Lane, # 34A 
Needham, MA 02192 
page 114 

CAROL SPEARIN 
French/Secondary Education 
24 Centerbury Road 
Lynnfield, MA 01940 

JANET SPEEN 
Physical Therapy 
86 Evelyn Road 
Needham Heights, MA 
page 120 

DEBORAH STADELMAN 
Management 

36 South Street 
Avon, MA 02322 

GHEI STEADWELL 

Early Childhood/Elementary 

Education 

13 Worcester Square, # 2 

Boston, MA 021 18 

page 139 

RONDASTEIFF 
Management 



15 Paul Avenue 
Peabody, MA 01960 
page 81 

RANDY STEVENS 
Management/Retail Management 
204 Maplewood Avenue 
Oakhurst, NJ 07755 

LYNN STEWART 
English 

2917ArgyleDrive 
Alexandria, VA 22305 

SARITA STIRRUP 

Nursing 

447 Webster Avenue 

New Rochelle, NY 10801 

page 1 36 

CAROLYN STONE 

Early Childhood/Elementary 

Education 

130 Willard Road 

Brookline, MA 02146 

LI LI STREET 

Biology 

979 North Main Street 

Brockton, MA 02401 

LYN STURDEVANT 

History 

54 Split Level Road 

Ridgefield, CT 

JANET SUGAR 

English 

155 Sequoia Lane 

Deerfield, IL 

JEANNE SULLIVAN 

Management 

170 Fieldstone Road 

Westwood, MA 02090 

page 100 



CYNTHIA SURABIAN 
Mathematics 
88 Cypress Street 
Watertown, MA 02172 
page 92 

DEBORAH SWAN 
Physical Therapy 
36 Rival Court 
E. Hartford, CT 061 18 
page 96 

CLAUDINE SWIDLER 

Psychology 

29 Wantaugh Avenue 

Poughkeepsie, NY 

page 97 

LINDA SYLVAIN 

Biology 

503 Beacon Street, # 4 

Boston, MA 02115 

SHERRIETALMADGE 
Government/Psychology 
1 Walnut Hill Road 
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 
page 1 35 

NANCY TARTAKOFF 
International Management 
34 Bertram Street 
Beverly, MA 

DIANETASHJIAN 

French 

57 Bigelow Avenue 

P.O. Box 140 

Watertown, MA 02172 

page 93 

ELAINE TAYLOR 

Nursing 

1 33 Lyman Road 

Milton, MA 02186 

page 124 



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ELLEN TAYLOR 
Special Education/Psychology 
47 Coleman Street 
Peabody, MA01960 

JENNIFER TAYLOR 
Advertising/Retail Management 
3756 McKinley Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20015 

PAMELA TERRY 

Communications 

1365 Saint Nicholas Avenue 

New York City, NY 

page 99 

HESTER THOMPSON 
Communications 
Route 4, Box 393 
McDonough, GA 30253 
page 84 

HEATHER TIERNEY 
Orthoptics 
412 Elm Street 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
page 90 

LESLEY TITLEBAUM 

Education: Elementary and Special 

9 Canavan Drive 

Randolph, MA 02368 ; ^^^^^ 

page 80 

JANICE TORCHINSKY 
Art/Management 
325 Palmer Terrace 
Hamaroneck, NY 10543 
page 130 

CATHERINE TREMBOWICZ 
Physical Therapy 
53 Upsala Street 
Worcester, MA 
page 83 



DIANE TWOMBLY 

Psychology 

9 Royal Crest Drive 

North Andover, MA 

page 113 

NINA URANN 

Sociology/Special Education 
24 Pleasant Street 
Sharon, MA 02067 



ANDREA UZINSKY 
Management 
2 Warren Street 
Lexington, MA 
page 84 



ELIZABETH VIERCK 

Psychology 

52 Neponsett Avenue 

Roslindale, MA 02131 



DEBORAH VIRTUE 

English! 

196 Holly Road 

Marshfield, MA 02050 

page 103 

NANCY WAGNER 

History 

5005 Perry Creek Road 

Sioux City, I A 51104 

page 115 

ELLEN WALDMAN 
Biology/Psychology 
2 Galloupes Point 
Swampscott, MA 01907 
page 1 32 

MARY ELLEN WALLER 

History 

42 Grant Avenue^^ggn 

Highland Park, NJ 08904 

page 102 




HOPE WALSH 

414 Cambridge Road 

Pasedena,CA 91104 

SHARON WARD 
Psychology/Education 
11 Linnaean Street 
Cambridge, MA 
page 93 

SARAH WATSON 

Early Childhood/Elementary 

Education 

58 Horseshoe Road 

Darien, CT 06820 

page 103 

BAYLEWEINER 
Economics/Government 
51 34 Braesheather 
Houston, TX 77035 
page 104 

LORI WEINER 
Early Childhood 
Education/Psychology 
190 Carton Terrace 
Teaneck, NJ 07666 
page 115 

KATHERINEWENC 

Biology 

55 Stevens Street 

Windsor Locks, CT 06096 

page 99 

CHRISTINE TEIXERIRA WENDELL 
Spanish/Elementary Education 
793 High Street 
Cumberland, R I 02864 

BARBARA WHITE 
Nutrition 
Kellis Pond Lane 
Water Mill, NY 11976 
page 104 



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BEVERLY WHITE 
Communications 
55 Vine Road 
Larchmont, NY 10538 
page 131 

KRISTIN WHITE 

Nursing 

354 Jerusalem Road 

Cohasset, MA 

VIRGINIA WHITE 

Nursing 

8 Sunny Knoll Terrace 

Lexington, MA 02173 

page 111 



V. ELLEN WHITMORE 
225 Crescent Avenue 
Revere, MA 
page 126 



PAMELA WIEDEMANN 
Biology/Chemistry 
874 Brush Hill Road 
Milton, MA 02186 
page 97 

SHARON WILLIAMS 
Physical Therapy 

R.F.D. 1 
^Deerfield, NH 03037 

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ANNE WILLIS 

Finance 

49 Court Street 

North Afidover, MA 

ANNE WILSON 
American Studies 
65 Drowne Street 
Cranston, Rl 02905 



CATHERINE WILSON 
Communications/Government 
13 Fairfield Drive 




Hampton, NH 
page 90 

CLARE WILSON 
English/Finance 
170 Lewis Avenue 
Meriden, CT 06450 
page 98 

DORIS WILSON 

1905 West Orange Street 

South Bend, IN 46601 

LAUREN WRIGHT WILSON 

Nutrition 

414 South Barrington, # 4 

Los Angeles, CA 90024 

page 128 



COLLEEN WINN 
Communications 
35 Myrtle Street 
Belmont, MA 021 78 
page 101 

MARIE KIDDER WISE 

OPEN 

8540 53rd Court, N.E. 

Seattle, WA 98115 

MARCIAWISHINSKY 
Elementary Education/Psychology 
Woodmere, NY 
page 122 

LINDA ZDONIK WITHERS 
Mathematics/Special Education 
174 Lake Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 
page 105 

MARY ELLEN LUCYWITMAN 
Management/Finance 
125 Bailey Road 
Andover, MA 01810 
page 94 




HOLLY WOLF 
32 Cloister Road 
Levittown, PA 19057 

WENDY WYNER 

Sociology 

15 Bound Brook Road 

Newton, MA 

page 134 

ANN YEE 

Medical Technology 
66 Division Street 
Quincy, MA 02172 
page 122 

ESTHER YOUNG 

Mathematics 

17 Highland Street 

Dedham, MA 02026 

LORYZIMBALATTI 
Communications 
294 Crowell Street 
Hempstead, NY 11550 
page 112 

LINDA ZIMMERMAN 

Psychology 

21 Juniper Ridge Drive 

Danbury, CT 06810 

page 116 

GAIL ZOURANJ IAN 

Nutrition 

100 Concord Avenue 

Lexington, MA 02173 

page 84 




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